What do Jews do at Christmas?

Answer: Eat & laugh!

Have you ever gone to Kung Pao Kosher? Give it a try.

Kung Pao Kosher Comedy
You are cordially invited to come celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Kung Pao Kosher Comedy™ – Jewish comedy on Christmas in a Chinese Restaurant (where else?)! Answering the age-old question, “What are Jews supposed to do on Christmas?” Sat, Dec 22 thru Tues, Dec 25. Two shows each day: Dinner: $64; Cocktail: $44. Headliner: Judy Gold (Two-Time Emmy winner; The View, Comedy Central). Also, Adrianne Tolsch (opened for The Pointer Sisters & Billy Crystal; Florida condo circuit maven), Mike Capozzola (San Francisco comic & cartoonist), and Lisa Geduldig (Kung Pao creator, producer, hostess). Partial proceeds benefit: The Brown Twins/JFCS Emergency Assistance Fund AND Bay Area Women’s & Children’s Center Drop-in Services & Food Pantry. It’s a family affair. Ages: teens and up (precocious 8 year olds are welcome). Fortune cookies with Yiddish proverbs! New Asia Restaurant in San Francisco Chinatown.
For more info and tickets: www.koshercomedy.com or call the box office at (925) 855-1986.

A little story about Kung Pao Kosher: A dear friend of mine has a multiracial family, but living in a primarily white world, Jewishly speaking, she didn’t expect there to be many others like hers. She buckled down and spent 30 years raiseing her own kids and made things work for her nieces, her adult African American kids, in-laws and grandkids. Her focus was always on her own family. After attending the multiracial Jewish panels last year, she said to me, “Dawn, there are so many Jews of color! I thought my family was alone.” She added, “In the past when I went to Kung Pao Kosher I thought it was interesting that there were so many Asians there who liked Jewish comedy. This year I thought, there are so many Asian Jews!”

Go laugh kosher, love kosher. Food – not kosher but delicious!